Travel restrictions for Denmark Special rules apply when entering Denmark from abroad. Passengers must present a negative Covid-19 test (either PCR test or antigen test) that is a maximum of 48 hours old before boarding the aircraft. Excluded are passengers from yellow countries. This also applies to passengers who have previously been infected with Covid-19 and who can present a positive PCR test that is between 14 and 240 days old. Passengers that have been vaccinated against Covid-19, and travel from from yellow and orange countries are also exempt from the requirement for testing. Upon arrival at Copenhagen Airport, it is also mandatory to have a Covid-19 test performed. The same exemptions as above apply. During busy periods this can cause extra waiting time. It is obligatory to wear a face mask in Copenhagen Airport as well as onboard the plane. From June 11, special travel restrictions apply to passengers from Great Britain. Before boarding the plane, passengers must present a negative PCR-test that is maximum 48 hours old. Upon arrival in Denmark, residents in Great Britain must show a negative PCR-test that is maximum 48 hours old. Exempted are passengers that are fully vaccinated againt Covid-19. The restrictions change continuously, so you must stay updated to get the latest current restrictions at https://coronasmitte.dk/en
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